HEC Paris, one of the world’s leading providers of Executive Education, is proud to announce that it has been ranked number 2 worldwide in Executive Education for 2020 by Financial Times, surpassing their third spot in last year’s rankings.

The institution also witnessed a jump of four places – they are now in number 2 – in the Custom programmes rankings. Their Open-enrolment programmes, also known as Executive Short programmes at HEC Paris in Qatar ranked number 8.

The rankings are compiled from the scores underlying the Financial Times Executive Education 2020 Open-enrolment and Custom rankings, wherein both sets of data are given equal weight. Life-long learning is central to the strategic vision of HEC Paris and the reason behind its rise in the Financial Times World Executive Education rankings.

Commenting on their latest achievement, Dr Pablo Martin de Holan, Dean of HEC Paris in Qatar, said this is a proud moment for HEC Paris in Qatar.

To attain second place in the world in the Executive Education rankings of Financial Times is a testimony of the excellence of our programmes and their capacity to create value for our clients and participants.

We are thankful to all the firms and institutions who trusted us with their Executive Education needs; our success is also their success, now and in the future.

In Qatar, HEC Paris runs an International Executive MBA (EMBA), a Specialized Master in Strategic Business Unit Management (SBUM), Executive Short programmes and certificates for managers and executives, as well as Custom Programmes for organisations.

For more information about HEC Paris in Qatar, visit qatar.exed.hec.edu